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Oct 19, 2012 7:00am PDT
. thank you for coming in. president obama was on "the daily show" last night and jon stewart as he often does asked both tough and funny questions. he asked him to make his case for four more years. here's what the president case. >> i have a strong case on both ends. four years ago i said i would end the war in iraq. we did. i said i would pass health care reforms to make sure people don't go bankrupt when they get sick. we have. said we would refocus our attention on al qaeda. we have. >> there he is making his case. you heard what karen and ron had to say. what do you think will make a difference in the closing 18 days? >> campaigns when we look back are all about moments that are unscripted and you can't pred t predict. i found the most significant thing on debate to be exchange on pay equity. romney's gains out of the first debate among women, suburban women, swing voters. i think he revealed a problem there which is he has a different point of view. there's a difference between how a suburban woman thinks about pay equity and women's issues and how governor romney does off his tal
Oct 24, 2012 7:00am PDT
that isn't really politically attuned. maybe even more so than going on the daily show with jon stewart, which is much more politically oriented. so the idea is in a more relaxed atmosphere, have some likability. obama is really good at some comic timing, really good at comic timing. that certainly plays into it, and what is unusual about tonight's appearance is that i'm sure obama will be, so to speak, trying to close the deal. so i think that there's some opportunity for obama to actually capture some viewers that may have not even tuned into the debates. >> we know that a lot of these undecided voters have not been paying close attention. mitt romney has not appeared on a late night show since winning the nomination. he was on kelly and meekal with his wife online. he talked about not wanting to go on "saturday night live" in the secretly recorded remarks where he said the 47%. why do you think he has such a different strategy? >> well, first of all, i don't think romney is as good as obama on comic timing. the other thing is, you know, there's been a lot of gaffes from the romney ca
Oct 30, 2012 7:00am PDT
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